Dr Hannah Fry is a Professor in the Mathematics of Cities.
She is a mathematician, a best-selling author, an award-winning science presenter and the host of numerous popular podcasts and television shows.
As a speaker and academic she is known for her passion for mathematics to life for audiences of various levels of interests and abilities.
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Winner of the prestigious Zeeman Medal recognising her work in engaging the UK public with mathematics, Hannah is a trusted and well-recognised presenter.
Her expertise is regularly called upon to develop and host BBC documentaries and her fun and lively radio programmes and podcasts have a large and devoted following. Her ability to engage and enthuse people with even the most complicated topics is equally evident on the page and her books delight readers around the globe.
Hannah’s expertise is regularly called upon to develop and host documentaries and in the process she has been chucked off a mountain, spent hours in an arcade, and had the depths of her brain scanned multiple times. It’s impossible to choose anyone over the others. So just watch them all. Equally full of thrills is the current show she is doing for BT Sport, “It’s a Numbers Game,” looking at the maths of sport with plenty of adventures along the way.
Off screen and on air, Hannah can be regularly heard on radio programmes and podcasts. Her long running lively BBC Radio Four show and podcast presented with geneticist Adam Rutherford, “The Curious Cases of Rutherford and Fry,” is a wonderfully playful romp through topics and has a large and devoted following. In contrast, her work on DeepMind: The Podcast takes a proper in-depth look into the world of AI and the amazing people and incredible stories from the forefront of artificial intelligence research, sparking and guiding the curiosity of listeners along the way.
Hannah is an accomplished international speaker on STEM and specifically maths.
Her popular TED talk, The Mathematics of Love has become stuff of legend, with well over a million views.
Finding the right mate is no cakewalk — but is it even mathematically likely? In a charming talk, mathematician Hannah Fry shows patterns in how we look for love, and gives her top three tips (verified by math!) for finding that special someone.
Alongside her other YouTube and Social Media gallery of material has cemented her reputation as an inspirational figure in STEM women.
See Hannah’s TED talk, The Mathematics of Love below:
Mathematics and science
Crystal Balls and Coronavirus
Maths, Data and the Future
Patterns in human behaviour
AI/Big Data/Technology/Smart Cities